Joshua Kulmac Butler is an experienced lecturer. He is an expert in the following areas: philosophy, theology, composition, rhetoric, and communication studies.
Willamette University: B.A., Philosophy, Studio Art 2007
Faith Seminary: M.A.T.S., Theological Studies 2012
Areas of Expertise (8)
Philosophy of Religion
Industry Expertise (1)
- Society of Christian Philosophers
- American Philosophical Association
A Kuhnian critique of Hume on miraclesInternational Journal of Philosophy of Religion
In Part I of “Of Miracles,” Hume argues that belief in miracle-testimony is never justified. While Hume’s argument has been widely criticized and defended along a number of different veins, including its import on scientific inquiry, this paper takes a novel approach by comparing Hume’s argument with Thomas Kuhn’s account of scientific anomalies.